John R. Mayer
received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California,
Santa Barbara in 1994 and graduated cum laude from Thomas Jefferson
School of Law in 1998, where he was a member of the Thomas Jefferson Law
Review. After passing the bar, he practiced with the mid-sized law firm
Hayes Simpson Greene LLP until late 2001, when he started his own practice.
Since then, he has practiced with a partner and as a solo practitioner,
and established John R. Mayer, APLC in 2005.
Mr. Mayer has represented plaintiffs and defendants in a vast
array of lawsuits, including business disputes, real estate matters,
personal injury cases, investor claims, and probate cases. Mr. Mayer has
also represented businesses and individuals in transactions, collection
matters, pre-lawsuit negotiations, and appeals.
Mr. Mayer currently serves on the board of directors for the Outdoor Education Foundation,
a non-profit entity that supports sixth grade camp and other outdoor education programs.
Also, for several years Mr. Mayer also acted as president and a director for San Diego Teen Court, Inc.,
a non-profit peer sentencing program for first-time juvenile offenders.